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    • There is so much hate for Trump and anyone associated with him. Its ridiculous and pretty much always sexual accusations they use. Trump supporters don’t get the chance to have a say in the pathetic press columns, apart from Fox and they are constantly ridiculed. All the dems presidents got a free ride which I can never understand look at Obama and Clinton and what they got up to during their time and as for Hilary wow.

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      • Just repeat to yourself
        Media are filth. Media are filth.
        Joanne (later changed to Mihi) Forbes is filth
        Paddy Gower is filth
        [insert media swamp dweller name ] is filth
        Garner is thicker than his waistline suggests.

        Yes, I am being harsh on media scum…..since last August 2018 when they set out to shut down free speech in NZ (Southern, Molyneux, Brash) they are the enemy.

        Give no quarter.
        They are scum. They are the enemy of free speech.
        They represent globalist interests and want YOU subdued.
        The media scum are mindless foot soldiers of this drive to overwhelm us in our own land.

        I hope this is not too ambiguous !!

        Remember the courts are nice to criminals.
        Cops mainly direct their energy in NZ at decent law abiding citizens, not criminals.

        Trump is a Nationalist and if you look at interviews from even 20+ years ago he was this way.
        He was in fact Demoncrat-oriented then but saw the globalists move onto the control levers.

        These globalists (totalitarians) are intent of takeover and replacing you as master of your land and turning you into serfs.
        All the multi Gender shit is a tactic to create division among people and confusion in the young so they have a diffused base and are easier to manipulate.
        Feminism was an earlier step in creating division.

        The allowing of ‘climate change activists’ to go about the place lawlessly is another step.
        We saw this in London around Easter time and last year when climate wankers in Akl were allowed to block entry to motorways. They are supported and protected by the police.
        This is deliberate and designed to confuse and disorientate law abiding citizens.

        The serfdom of the 1600s are calling and media, politicians, and leftist activists (funded by ???) are instrumental in the drive to return to the bad old days.
        It is not the Russians. That is bogeyman BS.

        Taking your guns is another step to disempower the law abiding citizens.
        Without putting words in his mouth, Different Perspective has covered some of these points well.
        It is all around you now. Ask why these people behave the way they do.
        You have been warned.

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        • Will we ever find out who from the globalist NWO sneaks in to Aitutaki to give socialist Cindy her next round of instructions? It was Podesta last time in March.

          The next challenge is on how to rig the election in 2020, given that NZF look to be struggling to get to 5% (and after JAG’s latest brain-fart – hopefully the Greens too).

          My money is on a “white supremacist” shooting up a school or a shopping centre? The Epstein case has the potential to expose a lot of “pizza-eating” by prominent Democrats and NZ came through for them in March when they needed the heat taken off Pelosi’s Chinese spy chauffeur. I don’t think they’ll try mass murder of muslims (it would be too obvious, but then again leftists work on the basis that we’re all stupid sheep to be lied to about everything). I think it has to be something with guns and white people – because the failure of the gun buy-back is going to be a huge embarrassment for evil socialist Cindy. The alternative is finding a sacrificial lamb (like the UK is doing to Tommy Robinson) to “prove” the need for hate speech laws – free speech activists look out!

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  1. Tommy Robinson sent back to jail.

    The nine month jail sentence includes six months for filming outside Leeds Crown Court last year and three months for an incident at Canterbury Crown Court the year before.
    After deduction for time served in prison last year for the same offence, the sentence in practice amounts to 19 weeks – and he will be released on licence after 10. ….

    He said: ‘I beg Donald Trump, I beg the American government, to look at my case. ‘I feel like I’m two days away from being sentenced to death in the UK.’ …..

    Robinson’s barrister Richard Furlong raised the possibility of an appeal against the court’s decision on contempt and was told he has 28 days from today to apply. …..

    Read more: https://metro.co.uk/2019/07/11/tommy-robinson-jailed-nine-months-contempt-court-10175759/?ito=article.desktop.share.top.twitter?ito=cbshare

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/MetroUK | Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MetroUK/

    Will the government take care of his safety in jail?
    I think he should get bail, while awaiting the appeal, which has 28 days to be applied in?

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    • The office i recently left was definitely full of young Arden supporters, however like most who voted for Labour is was the “lipstick on a pig” factor. Some actually believed Kiwibuild was going to get them into the market, and she’s going to save us from climate change lol. What’s scary is that these are employed, otherwise intelligent people and not bottom-feeders who expect a handout. National need more “star” power.

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      • So true Melahi, and so not going to happen.

        National are the problem, John Key’s globalist drift to the left is what created the environment for the CoL. I always felt uncomfortable about the closeness of JK with Obama, now that it’s clear that Obama was so dishonest and so evil – I look at JK’s tenure with different eyes. He too was on the bandwagon with assaulting our national identity (the flag change fiasco), I think he’d have signed up to the global migration pact and I now look at his precipitous resignation in a different light – why did he go so quickly after Trump’s victory? Now that it’s clear that the Obama administration was so corrupt and in light of NZ sponsoring the disgraceful anti-semitic UNSC 2334 – one wonders if Key did not fancy his chances of avoiding being tarnished by his complicity with Obama’s globalist agenda in the Trump era?

        Why else would he go when his party so desperately needed him to win the next election???

        JK’s influence poisons the National party at every level, if Luxon is parachuted in then we know they are firmly entrenched in the globalist NWO camp and they are not to be trusted. They are swamp creatures now and the swamp needs to be drained.

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        • Obama and Key
          Similarities:
          Born 5 days apart in Aug 1961.
          Both grew up without their father or any other significant male influence (probably a little bit from Obama’s grandfather in Hawaii but limited)
          These men are often more easily managed than those with a caring father on site.

          Both not long on the national political scene before taking the country’s top spot.
          Both catapulted into power in 2008
          Both left end of 2016
          Two peas from the same pod.

          It is very interesting that there was a 2003 movie with Chris Rock “Head of State’ where a black ‘community organiser’ came from nowhere to be POTUS.
          Helluva coincidence don’t you think!
          A blueprint 5 years before it actually happened.

          Key and Obama were heavily intertwined.
          They both poured foreigners into their country
          I put it to you that Key was still working for the bankers.
          He got the Chairman of ANZ-NZ role soon after he left the ninth floor.

          Key pushed formation of Auckland Council – such an apparent mess but was that deliberate?
          Before 2010 Manukau City alone was consenting more new houses p.a. than the whole new Auckland Council formed 1 Nov 2010 – at four times the size- did p.a. in the years after formation.
          Oh yea, they were ‘working on a Unitary plan’ so could not consent until they knew where they were going.
          Well why rush the merger then, when you allegedly don’t know what you are doing?

          Chaos and confusion is in the toolkit of the Marxist.
          National in 1991 striped the power from the ARC so it had no legitimate central planning. Labour lite caused the problem and certainly did not fix it in 2010.
          After 9 years since the merger the rubbish collections from the merged cities have not been aligned and now may never be because, despite the lies, that was never the intent.
          Pretty much every stated intent (aka. lies) has not be executed.

          Then Key opened up the people floodgates.
          300,000 net immigration in 5 years.
          No new houses being built and most immigrants going to Auckland.
          House prices exploded so property owners felt artificially good.
          NZD 160,000 Billion was added in Mortgages in NZ with no net new houses to show for it.
          Makes a banker very happy.

          Plus – as even Blinglish pointed out – Govt were borrowing around NZD300 million a week in their first term to pay the welfare bill and not scare the horses.
          No austerity measures, just pump the lending machine.
          Muldoon got criticised the hell out of doing this but Key was not.

          From Dec 2010:
          https://www.newshub.co.nz/business/government-borrowing-250-million-per-week-2010121417
          ” That means the Government is still borrowing $250 million every week to run schools, hospitals, to run the country.”
          ” The cash deficit is the difference between what the Government spends and earns.
          And it is now $15.6 billion for the year to next March. It was forecast to be $13.3b.
          The Government will run $44 billion in cash deficits over the next five years.”

          Yes the Labour lite govt added another NZD 70 billion in Govt debt.
          So 70 Billion Govt debt plus 160 billion Mortgage debt (against no net new houses) is close to one quarter of a Trillion dollars in Debt to bankers and no-one batted an eyelid.

          John Key was as good for NZ as Theresa May has been for Britain.
          I have lots more material on this person, Key.
          You are looking in the right direction DP.
          Think mudguard management. Shiny on the outside….

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          • Wow – when you put it like that! It’s only come to me since he’s gone how much he fucked up National’s core direction and personnel. I never quite understood his efforts to tear down Judith Collins – but it kind of fits, can’t have a strong leader turning National around now can we?

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      • Millennials and crazy left wingers getting more and more militant about the marxist agenda, everyone else getting quieter and quieter about what they believe in (which is what is intended with talk of hate speech and white supremacism).

        Personally, I think the shy Tories are looking for someone Trump-like they can vote for. Seymour is at present the closest – but he’s still a long way short of what’s needed.

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    • I guess you are being an agent provocateur Dignap.

      Why would voting for Labour lite (the BS artist formerly known as National) make any difference?
      They are a collection of girly men as The Governator would say.

      The women are no better- Judith Collins is pro gun control and taking away guns from legitimate citizens because of an act of a foreign national;
      she attacked Seymour of ACT and defended a nasty shit stirring liar (Ghahraman).
      She did not make a decision one way or the other on David Bain in several years as Minister of Justice and no cars were crushed despite her rhetoric.
      Collins is all steam and no hangi.

      This pretty much covers the soy-soaked NINO (National in name only) party of 2019 and for the foreseeable.
      Not worth crossing the road to piss on them if they were on fire let alone voting for them and their insipid inaction.

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  2. With dear leader away in the islands and the rest of the pollies on holiday, with some hanging out at the cricket in England, there is not much happening in the scandal department. Any of the msm got bored and broken the blanket ban on the Airforce 757 being used to ferry Cindy and Jethro to their island holiday? Perhaps Jethro needed his boat transported up there for his fishing show?

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    • So I guess our dual citizenship big time bike rider Julianne will be voting for Trump next election. I have worked out why she rides a bike, her and her “I am so lucky hubby, I just won another government contract without a tender”, must really feel the pain at the petrol pump.
      In the states they could buy a gallon of gas for what kiwis are paying for a litre.
      But I guess they don’t, the are both riding the gravy train big time and shoving it up average kiwi’s with their insane ideals.
      Why let dual citizens have power, asking to be shafted.
      Want to represent people, be a kiwi.

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  3. Spending on fuel dropped 5% last month. With Cindy’s fuel tax increases that means quite a drop in consumption. It this a signal that the economy is slowing significantly? Time to break open the popcorn and watch the chickens to come home to roost for the COL and their incompetent governance. ?

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  4. An article from yesterdays paper with a couple of words changed:
    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/394171/captain-james-cook-graffiti-raises-necessary-korero-councillor

    Marae graffiti raises necessary kōrero – councillor
    A marae has been vandalised in Gisborne, causing a stir online. The marae which is at the reserve at the Customhouse Street end of Awapuni Road has been scrawled with graffiti.
    The black spray-painted words say “Thief Maori” and “This is our money”.
    Comments online were divided, with some supporting the vandalism – saying it exposed the truth of Maori actions – and others with opposing views.
    A Gisborne Councillor said the vandalism of the marae was an act of activism that prompted debate about New Zealand’s history.
    Local councillor Meredith Akuhata-Brown drove past the marae, which is in quite an open and public space, this morning and said although the marae had been vandalised before this was the most bold she had seen.
    “Somebody is wanting to say something strongly on this issue that is trending in our region, part of me just thought ‘well, I am not pro-vandalism but it is activism to some degree’.”
    Ms Akuhata-Brown said the statements incited hard but necessary kōrero.
    “I am really pro us having these courageous conversations to unpack the feelings, the emotions and actually understand why this promotes such aggressive behaviour,” she said.
    “It is based on history and it’s based on that history never being given a chance to be spoken of, talked about or understood, and people want that.”

    I gather Ms Akuhata-Brown would be okay with this as we are just having an uncomfortable korero.

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    • When I was listening to Peter Williams, his view is that we are in the midst of wealth transference worldwide under the leftie regimes, and that third world countries are so far behind the rest. A lot of those countries kicked out their colonial masters. Would they be so far behind if they hadn’t?

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      • That colonial history has allowed them to access those countries though. If they had just left it as it was, their countries would be modern now too. So many want the trappings of that modernity but did not allow it at home.

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    • That is a shock to the system.
      Someone on the teev talking sense.
      I was at my sisters the other night and in the morning she had this guy on.
      I watched the 7am news and a bit after.
      I did not register it was Garners interim replacement as I don’t get teev 3 at home.
      The Universe spoke to me and broke transmission.

      I watched about 10 minutes and this guy actually made sense.
      The man bun was a bit of a red flag but them he spoke sense.
      Garner is so thick he is not worth listening to anyway. He is all matey with Gower and Espiner the weaselly sleazes. And then the weather girl. eek.

      How long is this chap there for?

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      • School holidays but he does have his own show on Magic Talk, Ryan Bridge. I thought the same as you once until I heard his interview with Lauren Southern, he was very rude and hardly let her speak at all. I can’t even find it on youtube anymore.

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        • Rachael I don’t know about Lauren Southern but he certainly interviewed Katie Hopkins and was bloody useless no background knowledge and didn’t know about Grant Robertsons Fathers history

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        • Thx for feedback.
          I don’t do radio so never heard of him.

          Interesting you mention the L. Southern interaction. Was it an interview?

          The whole of media in NZ was instructed to attack those two in order to shut down free speech.
          Southern and Molyneux became… S+M downunder.

          In an interview one endeavors to bring out facts.
          None of that happened.
          They set out to suppress facts and stop and information transfer.
          That is media filth all day every day.

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      • He is a bit of a mixed up lefty, re the Southern interview, etc. Sometimes the ‘sunlight’ shines through but I was disappointed a few weeks ago when Ryan Bridge was unaware of the Muslim rape ring in Rotheram in England. I assumed if you’re a journalist surely you would be interested enough to follow high profile international news. There’s this handy thing called the internet!

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  5. More on the Gay bar getting all of the advertising. I imagine that the problem of heterosexuals invading their space will have amped up exponentially. The name ‘Family’ in itself could be misleading. maybe I will go check it out next time I am in Akl. Last time I went to Akl I went to Mermaids. Why the hell anyone would think that I was there to pay for a lapdance, escapes me lol.

    Men are not allowed to have exclusive clubs or submarines, women aren’t allowed exclusive use of their toilets out in the wider world, aren’t we all equal, isn’t that what we have been told that the collective word Gays have wanted? Is there an accepted one word? or does one have to LGB etc?

    If someone is bi-sexual are they going to be equally outraged at anybody touching them without consent whether male or female?

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/life/114165221/whats-with-all-the-straight-guys-showing-up-at-aucklands-family-bar

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  6. Key Aura YSB Farnow
    Just been reminded why I don’t enjoy supermarket shopping.
    Got stuck at the checkout behind some greasy blob of a women who smelt like she had shit herself out shopping with her feral Mum.
    Both were buying a trolley full of shit with a WINZ food voucher and could not get it exact so kept returning items because obviously they did not want to contribute even a dollar of their other benefit money.
    Anyway they then had the cheek to ask me if I could give them $2 so they would not have to return another bag of chips.
    I replied that I was already paying for the rest of their groceries(pointing to the voucher) so no way was that going to happen.
    After cursing at me they removed the chips and finally got the fuck out of the line so everyone else could be served.
    On leaving the supermarket here they both are outside lighting up a fag and tearing open some lollies.
    Makes you proud to be kiwi doesn’t it.

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    • Good onya m8 but it still wont register with them im surprised the entitled ferals didn’t try another crack outside after all they have been conditioned to think they have an absolute right to our coin, i have only helped one person in a queue before this year a little old lady was wanting to buy a crossword book and obviously couldn’t find the required coins and was visibly upset so i bought her the entire row of books, not a lot to me but her joy lit up my day and also made me a bit sad to see her struggling like that but she didn’t ask for or expect anything thats the big difference for me

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  7. Just 10 days to young labour trial, does anyone have trial number, I assume it will be in Auckland? I cannot see this going ahead, surely it can be held over till after next election, it has only been 17 months. Find it amazing, a young kid can be convicted of watching a video that wasn’t illegal at the time of viewing, a full 13 months after the Young Labour drunken melee debarcle. I guess it comes back to priorities. One receives swift justice, the other gets to walk around in society, without society being warned who they are.
    The victims get to hold the party line and be loyal regardless of consequences.
    Seems all above board and fair to me, the most open government In NZ.
    Winston must be so proud to be leading this open and transparent government.
    Watch out for a huge announcement, Monday week, another baby, wedding date, surely the world will have a big news story on the 22nd.
    Is there a journalist left standing that has the backbone to cover this?
    I think not.
    Cindy will return refreshed in a blaze of glory to yet save the day again, no bad news on my watch.

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  8. Courtesy of those fine New Zealanders, real Kiwis, from Hobsons Pledge.

    Absurd plants Treaty clause raises royalties question

    “The addition of an absurd Treaty of Waitangi clause in the Plant Varieties Act raises the question whether “Maoridom” will claim royalties on new plant varieties, Hobson’s Pledge spokesperson Casey Costello said today.

    The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, the great compliance Ministry, has decided to add Treaty compliance to the Plant Varieties Act so that:

    The Crown protects Maori guardian (kaitiaki) interests in the plant variety rights regime, and that
    This requires consideration of Maori guardian interests at all stages of the plant variety rights process, from the start of the breeding programme to the decision on whether or not to grant a plant variety right.
    Every year more than 100 new varieties of plants are registered with the New Zealand Intellectual Property Office.

    This enables those who created those new varieties to earn royalties from licensing others to produce and sell propagating material from them.

    But the Plant Varieties Act has never had a Treaty clause so MBIE foolishly asked the Waitangi Tribunal for a recommendation – and got one that cited the Wai 262 Maori culture and identity inquiry.

    The tribunal recommended that the plant variety rights regime (along with bioprospecting, genetic modification and other intellectual property law and policy) facilitate better protection for guardian (kaitiaki) relationships with highly prized (taonga) species and Maori knowledge (matauranga).

    The tribunal made specific recommendations to ensure Maori guardian (kaitiaki) relationships were considered effectively in plant variety rights decision-making processes.

    “This is nonsense, especially when discussing pasture, fruit and vegetable varieties, and ornamentals that never grew in New Zealand until settlers brought them here,” Ms Costello said.

    “Besides, how can a new variety which no one other than the creator of that variety has any knowledge of be regarded as a part of Maori knowledge?” she said.

    “While changing the traits of plants to produce desired outcomes, what specific steps must the plant-breeding scientist now take to match his or her work to the Treaty world view?” Ms Costello said.

    The word “taonga” simply meant property in 1840. Since then, the meaning has been changed so that by simply calling something “a taonga” enables a Treaty claim over it, Ms Costello said.

    To suggest that a treaty made almost 180 years ago, guaranteeing the same political rights to all New Zealanders, also enables a property right to unnamed Maori people over a new plant breed is the height of absurdity, she said.”

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  9. Weightlifter Laurel Hubbard’s dogged fight to keep her name out of the media
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/114163563/weightlifter-laurel-hubbards-dogged-fight-to-keep-her-name-out-of-the-media
    “Olympic weightlifting hopeful Laurel Hubbard has failed in an nine-month battle to keep her name secret over a driving charge.
    Hubbard, 41, a transgender athlete who is trying to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics, was charged with careless driving causing injury after her vehicle fishtailed on a sharp bend near Queenstown on October 24, 2018.
    Her car hit a vehicle carrying an Australian couple in their 60s. The male driver spent nearly two weeks in Dunedin Hospital and needed major spinal surgery on returning to Australia.
    Hubbard, who is the daughter of cereal magnate Dick Hubbard, pleaded guilty in January this year and offered to pay the couple about $13,000 including $1000 for emotional harm”.

    For once common sense prevails as there are far too many celebrities and well known sports people trying to dodge public scrutiny by granting of name supression.
    Embarassment, humiliation and the like should never be a valid reason as that is all part and parcel of you facing up to what you have done.
    Discharged without conviction as in this case is another one which is granted far too easily on the basis it will affect the offenders ability to travel for sport or work.
    Again that is tough luck as it is all part of being a responsible adult as actions have consequences.

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  10. Bloody hell…. there’s lot of sense written on this blog. Almost every commenter here seems to be able to enunciate so clearly what is happening to our country as it becomes ever more firmly gripped in the vice-like clutches of the anti-freedom Marxist scum that have somehow siezed control of our country.

    Thank you people for having the common-sense and vision and thank you Chris for providing such a quick growing forum.

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  11. Man who assaulted Newshub journalist Aziz Al-Sa’afin to be sentenced in December
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/114185875/man-who-admitted-gay-bashing-assault-of-auckland-journalist-fails-to-appear-in-court
    “The man who assaulted Newshub reporter Aziz Al-Sa’afin in an unprovoked homophobic attack won’t be sentenced until December”.

    The guy who did this is black so it is an “unprovoked homophobic attack”.
    If the guy who did it was white it would have been an “unprovoked hate crime”.

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  12. Friday political panel Magic Radio:
    Rodney Hide was talking about Jethro being on a working holiday while Cindy and he are enjoying the Cook Islands on holiday. Rodney reminded us that it is against the rules for parliamentarians’ to combine their private holiday with a spousal work trip. Other MPs have been in serious trouble including Judith Collins over Oravida. There are a few others on both sides of the House who have also fallen under this parliamentary rule. Peter Williams and Rodney also discussed the availability of tax relief for work related travel but did not mention the use of the Airforce 757 instead of Jethro paying commercial and claiming his business expenses. Will a journalist break Cindy’s breach of the rules?

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  13. Teachers‘ pay deal: Workload concerns not fixed but ’time to move on’
    8:30pm Saturday 29 Jun, 2019

    https://www.newsie.co.nz/news/154675-teacherslsquo-pay-deal-workload-concerns-not-fixed-but-rsquotime-to-move-on.html

    The union for secondary school teachers says they want to move forward after accepting the government’s latest offer on pay and conditions.

    The Post Primary Teachers’ Association said yesterday 65 percent of its members had accepted the offer, ending months of negotiations and teacher strikes.

    The offer includes a lump sum payment of $1500 for union members and salary rises of about 3 percent next month and each of the next two years.

    ===========S
    So it was really about screwing the scrum on non union memebers.

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  14. When referring to petfood in a previous comment I reminded myself of the yawning gulf between the images marketing experts conjure up vs reality.

    A long while ago I tagged along with my engineer brother when he was invited to view a new version of an “extruder” some crowd had imported from Germany. (an industrial extruder is like a mincer on steroids).

    Anyway the demo involved throwing dead, laid out chooks in one end & extruding everything, including bones, guts & feathers, as a paste which was squeezed into a can, then cooked & sealed. Eventually the smelly mess found its way onto supermarket shelves as an upmarket specially prepared chicken dinner for some mad spinster’s pet cats. It could be varied with fish frames or liver & the same type of machine was used to make rice bubbles.

    It would not be hard to draw a parallel between this process & that of the Public Relations industry that prepares our politicians. 🙂

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  15. The property boast nearly 300 rooms and was once used as a Catholic seminary.

    It is understood the hall – a category 2 heritage-listed building – was unoccupied at the time of the fire.

    eliminating the evidence?

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